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Fundamentals Of Electric Circuits Alexander Sadiku Chapter 17 Solution Manual

Fundamentals Of Electric Circuits Alexander Sadiku Chapter 17 Solution Manual

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In the circuit shown in Fig. 17.69, the Fourier series expansion of vs(t) is

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∑∞
=

+

=

1

)

sin(

1

4

3

)

(

n

s

t

n

n

t

v

π

π

Find vo(t).

Figure 17.69

For Prob. 17.33.

Chapter 17, Solution 33.

For the DC case, the inductor acts like a short, Vo = 0.

For the AC case, we obtain the following:

s

o

o

o

s

o

V

V

n5

n

5.
2

j

1

0

4V

jn

n
2jV

10V

V

=

⎟⎟
⎠⎞

⎜⎜
⎝⎛


⎠⎞


⎝⎛

π

π

+

=

π

+

π

+

)
5

n

5.
2

(j

n

4

n5

n

5.
2

j

1

1

n4

A

n5

n

5.
2

j

1

V

V

2

2

n

n

s

o

π

+

π

=


⎠⎞


⎝⎛

π

π

+

π

=

Θ


⎠⎞


⎝⎛

π

π

+

=

⎟⎟

⎜⎜

π −

π

=

Θ

π

+

π

=

n

5

n

5.
2

tan

;

)
5

n

5.
2

(

n

4

A

2

2

1

n

2

2

2

2

2

n

V

)

t

n

sin(

A

)t
(

v

1

n

n

n

o ∑∞
=

Θ

+

π

=

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